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Blogger Jade Ed says the "same standards for good scientific practice" that research groups must adhere to when reporting results should also apply to life science suppliers that are marketing products, "especially when the results are going into Application Notes or Technical Reports that the company is trying to pass off as real papers." Before working in biotech, Jade Ed never "put much stock into" vendors' marketing materials.

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